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AIRCOP Partners

INTERPOL

 

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The  International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO) INTERPOL, is the world's largest police organization.  The General Secretariat operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Each of their 190 member countries maintains a National Central Bureau staffed by its own highly trained law enforcement officials.

INTERPOL will supply tools, software and associated training required for the information and intelligence-sharing portion of the project.  They will take an active and sustainable role as a key long-term partner for the coordination of operational intelligence information at the regional level and its link with international databases.

WCO

 

... The World Customs Organization (WCO) is an independent intergovernmental body whose mission is to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of Customs administrations. Today, the WCO represents 179 Customs administrations across the globe that collectively process approximately 98% of world trade. As the global centre of Customs expertise, the WCO is the only international organization with competence in Customs matters and can rightly call itself the voice of the international Customs community.

 

 

AIRCOP Donors

The Airport Communication Programme (AIRCOP) is a global initiative funded by the European Commission and Canada.

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AIRCOP in the Caribbean and Latin America

Despite the early stage of AIRCOP implementation in the region, various AIRCOP initiatives are currently underway. Jamaica has already committed to full AIRCOP implementation and activities are expected to begin at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston in early 2013.  Colombia has also expressed strong interest in AIRCOP and the project team is working closely with Colombian counterparts to identify how national benefits can be maximized through the initiative.

AIRCOP will continue to be rolled out at specific airports in Latin America and the Caribbean in the coming months. As Central America and the Caribbean continue to be exploited as a corridor for transnational organized crime and drug trafficking, UNODC and its project counterparts will continue to work closely with governments in the region in an effort to identify and meet their specific needs .